Lynda.com – Linux: Desktops and Remote Access 2016 TUTORiAL

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Lynda.com – Linux: Desktops and Remote Access 2016 TUTORiAL | 260 MB

Find the most productive way to work in Linux. Linux: Desktops and Remote Access covers the most popular desktop environments, terminal emulators, and shells used to access and administer Linux systems, both locally and remotely.

Actual Virtual Desktops 8.10 Multilingual

Posted by LeeAndro on January 4th, 2017 in Windows
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Actual Virtual Desktops 8.10 Multilingual | 10.6 Mb

Actual Virtual Desktops provides a "virtual" space – as if you have several logical monitors instead of a single physical one. You can extend the real estate of the workspace and move a window from virtual desktop 1 to virtual desktop 2 etc. The actual number of virtual desktops is not limited!

Actual Virtual Desktops 8.10 Multilingual

Posted by tuongyda14 on January 4th, 2017 in Uncategorized
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Actual Virtual Desktops 8.10 Multilingual | 10.6 Mb

Actual Virtual Desktops provides a "virtual" space – as if you have several logical monitors instead of a single physical one. You can extend the real estate of the workspace and move a window from virtual desktop 1 to virtual desktop 2 etc. The actual number of virtual desktops is not limited!

Lynda – Linux: Desktops and Remote Access

Posted by manhneovn on December 27th, 2016 in eBooks
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Lynda – Linux: Desktops and Remote Access
Size: 279 MB | Duration: 1h 45m | Video: AVC (.mp4) 1280×720 15&30fps | Audio: AAC 48KHz 2ch
Genre: eLearning | Level: Intermediate | Language: English

Find the most productive way to work in Linux. Linux: Desktops and Remote Access covers the most popular desktop environments, terminal emulators, and shells used to access and administer Linux systems, both locally and remotely. Instructor Grant McWilliams reviews GUI options such as KDE, GNOME, MATE, Cinnamon, and Xfce, as well as remote access tools like VNC, RDP, and X2Go. Then explore the advantages and disadvantages of command-line access and the productivity features in Bash, and learn how to create secure remote connections to the Linux CLI on Windows, macOS, iOS, and Android devices. All the tools and techniques are demonstrated using CentOS 7, but the lessons apply to any Linux distribution. Note: The topics below map to elements of the Essential Commands section of the Linux Foundation Certified System Administrator exam. Learn more about LFCS certification at https://training. linuxfoundation. org/certification/lfcs.

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